BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Edward Stourton profiles leading social media blogger Pete Cashmore.
Sarah Swadling learns how oyster farmer John Labbett is coping with an emerging disease.
Lesley Jenkins presents an appeal on behalf of the Hepatitis C Trust.
Sarah Dunant reflects on the growing importance of charity shops in times of austerity.
Sunday morning magazine programme presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Tom Parker Bowles looks at the cinema eating experience.
The latest national and international news with Shaun Ley.
Ruth McDonald investigates the crisis in the Irish Catholic church.
Peter Gibbs chairs a horticultural debate at Ness Botanic Gardens, South Wirral.
An Iraqi woman remembers living through the US-led invasion of 2003 with Robin Lustig.
AN Wilson talks about his novel based on the life of Josiah Wedgwood, The Potter's Hand.
Roger McGough, with guest Hugo Williams, presents poems requested by listeners.
Rana Mitter discovers the unexpected thinking behind China's welfare state.
John Waite presents his selection of the best from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
3/5 Cockroft and Walton split an atom. But elsewhere, a mother's own world is splitting apart.
Was a topless Duchess of Cambridge really news? And listener suggestions for the new DG.
Matthew Bannister on Professor Sid Watkins, Bill Moggridge, Stanley Long and George Hurst.
Banks' automated calls, inflation, free help to cut fuel bills, and bankrupts not welcome.
Michael Blastland on why your approach to politics might not be as rational as you think.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories in Westminster and beyond.
Jonathan Pryce on prototype vibrators and Benicio del Toro on Latino stereotypes.
Laurie Taylor on research into racial segregation in cities and Britain's ethnic pay gap.
Monday 24 September 2012